Lake Worth Lease Management

Lake Worth

The Lake Worth Lease Management Section is responsible for managing all residential and commercial leased properties at Lake Worth.

 Lake Worth is the only water supply owned by the City of Fort Worth. Although, Fort Worth owns the land, Tarrant Regional Water District has the water rights.

Lake Worth was the second municipal water supply built in Texas, constructed shortly after Dallas’ White Rock Lake. The man-made lake was constructed for $1.6 million and was first filled on August 19, 1914. It is situated six miles northwest of Fort Worth on the West Fork of the Trinity, covering 8.48 square miles.

View the Lake Worth Vision Plan

Contact Number : 817-392-7552

Lake Worth Dredging Update

To access updated information on the Lake Worth Dredging Project please click here. Once in the system search for the project’s name: 2011-09-29 Bid Date Project 01126 -Lake Worth Dredging Project.

Lake Worth Boat Permit

Fort Worth’s City Council will consider increasing boat sticker fees at the January 25, 2011 meeting. Lake Worth Marshall’s Office has been instructed to honor 2010 boat stickers until City Council makes a final decision.

In the event that City Council moves forward with new boat sticker rates on January 25, boat owners with 2010 boat stickers will have until March 1, 2011 to purchase the 2011 stickers.

All 2011 boat stickers will be sold at participating businesses in and around the Lake Worth area, including:

Location Address Phone Number
Navajo Burgers 7028 Navajo Trail, Fort Worth, Texas 76135 817-237.9992

 The Lake Worth Management Office will no longer sell boat stickers.